Manager, Audit in Denver, CO

$100K - $150K(Ladders Estimates)

Wipfli   •  

Denver, CO 80202

Industry: Finance & Insurance

  •  

5 - 7 years

Posted 55 days ago

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Responsibilities

Essential Responsibilities:

• Respond to client and firm associate requests in a timely, accurate, positive and professional manner.

• Participate in and provide leadership for firm initiatives and projects.

• Plan and schedule engagement fieldwork with clients and firm resources.

• Lead and manage audit, review, and compilation engagements in accordance with firm and professional standards, within budget and deadline expectations.

• Perform detailed reviews of workpapers completed by other associates.

• Communicate proactively with clients and engagement partners regarding project status, client service opportunities, and other significant matters in a timely manner.

• Review financial statements and footnotes, management reports, executive reports, and other requested deliverables.

• Provide training, direction, and supervision to staff and senior accountants.

• Develop and attain a comprehensive understanding of services provided by the firm.

Additional Responsibilities:

• Attain a thorough technical competency and industry specific expertise through CPE, firm/industry group events, webinars, etc.

• Review tax-related information to include tax provisions, depreciation schedules, property tax returns, etc.

• Perform client billing.

• Lead multi-disciplined client service teams for account planning

• Research and communicate with client and firm personnel regarding complex accounting matters.

• Actively participate in community activities and organizations to develop and maintain positive business relationships with community leaders and members.

• Complete audit, review, and compilation procedures for complex areas and transactions.

• Prepare and review client correspondence (letter, e-mail, etc.).

• Actively participate in firm sponsored events for industry-specific and/or regional clients and prospects.

Qualifications

  • Requires a Bachelors Degree in Accounting or an equivalent combination of education and experience
  • CPA certification required in the respective state in which they are practicing
  • Requires at least five years of job related experience in public accounting
  • Requires prior supervisory experience


Valid Through: 2019-10-14